co-anchor

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co-an·chor

or co·an·chor (kō-ăng′kər)
n.
Either of two news commentators jointly narrating or coordinating a newscast.
v. co-an·chored, co-an·chor·ing, co-an·chors or co·an·chored or co·an·chor·ing or co·an·chors
v.intr.
To narrate or coordinate a newscast with another person.
v.tr.
To narrate or coordinate (a newscast) with another person.
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Bartow Marketplace is anchored by a 204,170 square foot Walmart Supercenter grocery store and co-anchored by a 130,497 square foot Lowe's.
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Skinner joined the network in 1998 as a general assignment reporter and has co-anchored FNC's two-hour signature daytime news program, Happening Now since its 2007 inception.
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Since joining American University in 1995, she has, in addition to her university legal practice, served as the co-chair of the University's Diversity Strategic Plan, served as the acting vice president of development in 1999-2000, co-anchored two award-winning video training tapes with the College and University Personnel Association, and served as a lecturer at numerous national conferences on law and higher education.
Before joining FNC, Glick was a correspondent on the "Today Show" and co-anchored the third hour of the program.